Cornea: Clear tissue in front of the color of the eye.
Sclera: White of the eye.
Conjunctiva: Clear tissue covering the sclera.
Iris: Color of the eye.
Pupil: Hole in the middle of the iris.
Aqueous: Liquid filling the space between the cornea and the iris.
Lens: Part of the eye responsible for focusing.
Ciliary Muscle: Reshapes the lens to allow the eye to focus.
Retina: Composed of tiny receptors that allow the eye to see.
Vitreous: Clear gel filling the inside of the eye.
Macula: Center of the retina. Has the most densely packed receptors for best vision.
Optic Nerve: Connects the eye to the brain.
Extra-ocular Muscle: Allows the eye to move.